Toddlers are children who are no longer babies but are still in their earliest developmental phase. Toddlers are usually considered any child who is between the ages of one and three years old. They are often ambulatory and highly curious about the world around them, although they may not yet possess the fine motor skills necessary for tasks like writing. Toddlers require constant supervision. If you're unable to watch your toddler full time, there are child care services that can help.
Children who grow up Jewish in a non-Jewish area are often going to experience many tough challenges that other children their age may not. For example, they may hear rumors and mistaken concepts from their peers as they grow up that make it hard for them to feel proud or happy with their heritage. As a result, Jewish parents isolated from their culture may want to consider a Jewish preschool.